The annual Festival of Neighbourhoods celebrated its 30-year anniversary recently at Kitchener City Hall. Neighbourhood representatives from around the city of Kitchener attended the event, showcasing their contributions to the community.
Lack of education on how food banks operate, combined with misinformation being spread on social media, has resulted in a sudden increase in improper food bank usage among international students across Canada, with some food banks electing to ban international students.
The Canadian Armed Forces are having troubles hiring for one in every 10 positions.
Carol Walthers’ paintings describe her personal experiences and the environmental conditions she observed while traveling in southern Ontario.
Drake has consistently delivered timeless albums for many years now, cementing his name as one of the greatest artists of our time. On Oct. 6, Aubrey Drake Graham, the rapper, and singer from Toronto, released his 8th studio album titled For All the Dogs at 6 a.m.
A local environmental charity in Kitchener-Waterloo, Green Reeps Solutions, invited the community to enter their “Reep House for Sustainable Living” to educate homeowners about green energy as part of the Doors Open Waterloo Region event.
Sustainable Waterloo Region has teamed up with Bereaved Families of Ontario and the city of Kitchener to invite the the public to plant a tree or shrub in memory of their loved ones.
Tech companies such as Meta and Google continue to disagree with newly passed law, Bill C-18. Online users have been voicing concerns over this controversial change.
Waterloo city council approved $25,000 of funding towards a disability charity’s initiative to build a fully accessible playground in Ward 4 on Monday. A locally based centre for child development says it may be the only one considered “fully accessible” in the region.
Menu prices are going up and little can be done by restaurants to combat the increases. Cambridge restaurant owner, Jason York, said times have been tough as they’ve been hit hard by rising costs.
The esports hub at the Waterloo campus is now fully up and running and open for general drop-in play. Spoke Online reporter Russel Evans takes you inside the brand new facility.
Throughout Waterloo Region on thousands came together to pay respects to active and fallen Canadian military veterans for Remembrance Day. While there was some light rain, that wasn’t going to keep people from coming out to honour our brave veterans.
The race for the open seat is a crowded field of five candidates, including former Cambridge MPP Belinda Karahalios, 2021 federal Green Party candidate for Cambridge Michele Braniff, and first-time candidates Nate Whalen and Corey Kimpson.
Under the tutelage of coach Gail King, kickboxer Nick Zarzycki sought to keep his one fight win streak alive and move to a 3-1 record. However, an unfortunate head clash ended the fight early.